Katie Dardis Singleton was born and raised in New Orleans as the youngest of 10 children. She earned her degree in Philosophy with a minor in Theology from the Catholic University of America and a Licentiate in Bioethics from the Pontifical Athenaeum of the Regina Apostolorum in Rome, Italy. After finishing her degree and meeting the love of her life in Rome, she moved to Boston to work as the assistant director of the Respect Life Education Office of the Archdiocese of Boston. She authored the Created for Love parish religious education curriculum on life, love, and the gift of sexuality in 2008, which is mandated by Cardinal Sean O’Malley for all parishes in the Archdiocese of Boston and has been implemented in religious education programs in several states around the U.S. and in the Philippines. She trained hundreds of priests, deacons, and religious educators in Boston on teaching Theology of the Body and chastity to young people and had incredible opportunities to speak to thousands of teens, young adults, parents, and religious educators around the Archdiocese of Boston on topics ranging from Catholic Bioethics to John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. She also gave presentations on the Fertility Awareness Method of family planning to the Yale University School of Forestry and the Yale Divinity Right to Life Fellowship. On November 13, 2010, she married Matthew Singleton, whose love each day unveils the most beautiful mysteries of Christ’s love for her, and on February 3, 2012, they welcomed their first baby, Matthew, Jr., whose life, from its beginning, has introduced a happiness they could never have imagined. They currently live in Baltimore, MD, where Matthew Sr. is a resident in Internal Medicine and Matthew Jr. entertains the very patient people at morning Mass.